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bein.harim.tours. Aloe Vera is ubiquitous in Israel. The word \"aloe\" originates from the

Aloe Vera is ubiquitous in Israel. The word "aloe" originates from the Greek "alsos" and refers to the bitter juice from the leaves. This name probably derives either from the Arabic alloeh or the Hebrew allal, both meaning 'bitter.' In the Bible the plant was known as ahaloth and it was used as a perfuming agent: Nicodemus brought it mingled with myrrh, to embalm Jesus. Photo credit: Дарья Михайлова (Daria Debora Mikhaylova) Source: www.flowersinisrael.com #israeliplants #plantsofthebible #israel #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. Treasures of Jerusalem shuk

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Treasures of Jerusalem shuk Photo credit: Dmitry Mishin #beinharimtours #israel #jerusalem #jerusalemshuk #jerusalemmarket

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bein.harim.tours. The Ascension rock is located in the Ascension Chapel on the Mount of

The Ascension rock is located in the Ascension Chapel on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem and is said to contain the right footprint of Christ, the section bearing the left footprint having been taken to the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the Middle Ages. The faithful believe that the impression was made as Jesus ascended into Heaven and is venerated as the last point on earth touched by the incarnate Christ. Source: Wikipedia #beinharimtours #ascensionrock #ascensionchapel #mountofolives #jerusalem #israel

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bein.harim.tours. The recognizable large red spider-like piece of art called Homage to J

The recognizable large red spider-like piece of art called Homage to Jerusalem Stabile. Artist Alexander Calder's last work is meant to evoke modern Jerusalem, though to many, the 77-foot-high piece with three massive "legs" splaying out from its body evokes bewilderment and mild amusement. Placed in the city's Holland Square and painted a bright "Calder red," the piece has come to represent the city's forward-thrusting ambition. Source: Wikipedia #jerusalem #jerusalemstabile #mountherzl #beinharimtours #alexandercalder

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bein.harim.tours. Mahane Yehuda Market, often referred to as \"The Shuk\", is a marketplac

Mahane Yehuda Market, often referred to as "The Shuk", is a marketplace in Jerusalem, Israel. Popular with locals and tourists alike, the market's more than 250 vendors sell fresh fruits and vegetables; baked goods; fish, meat and cheeses; nuts, seeds, and spices; wines and liquors; clothing and shoes; and housewares, textiles, and Judaica. In and around the market are falafel, shawarma, kibbeh, kebab, shashlik, kanafeh, baklava, halva, zalabiya and Jerusalem mixed grill stands, juice bars, cafes, and restaurants. On Thursdays and Fridays, the marketplace is filled with shoppers stocking up for Shabbat, until the Friday afternoon sounding of the bugle that signifies the market will close for the Sabbath. In recent years, the 'shuk' has emerged as another Jerusalemic nightlife center, with restaurants, bars and live music. Guided shopping and cooking tours are aimed at attracting a "new breed of culinary tourists. Source: Wikipedia #mahaneyehuda #jerusalemshuk #jerusalemmarket #jerusalem #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. A balcony over Jerusalem... Photo courtesy of Дарья Михайлова (Daria M

A balcony over Jerusalem... Photo courtesy of Дарья Михайлова (Daria Mikhaylova) #jerusalem #beinharimtours #jerusalemtours #israel

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bein.harim.tours. The Herzliya Marina was built in the 1970s. It is one of the biggest a

The Herzliya Marina was built in the 1970s. It is one of the biggest and most romantic marinas in the Mediterranean with 700 docking spaces. It contains all kind of vessels and largest yachts. Bein Harim pick up for daily tours from Herzliya. Source: Wikipedia #beinharimtours #herzliyamarina #romanticplacesinisrael #romanticsites #israel #dailytoursinisrael

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bein.harim.tours. The Old City is a 0.9 square kilometers walled area within the modern

The Old City is a 0.9 square kilometers walled area within the modern city of Jerusalem. Until 1860, when the Jewish neighborhood Mishkenot Sha'ananim was established, this area constituted the entire city of Jerusalem. The Old City is home to several sites of key religious importance: the Temple Mount and Western Wall for Jews, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for Christians and the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque for Muslims. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site List in 1981. Traditionally, the Old City has been divided into 4 uneven quarters, although the current designations were introduced only in the 19th century. Today, the Old City is roughly divided (going counterclockwise from the northeastern corner) into the Muslim Quarter, Christian Quarter, Armenian Quarter and Jewish Quarter. The Old City's monumental defensive walls and city gates were built in the years 1535–1542 by the Turkish sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. Bein Harim guests visit the Old City with "Jerusalem Old and New Tour" Source: Wikipedia #oldcity #jerusalem #beinharimtours #israel #israeltours

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bein.harim.tours. In 1923, Einstein and his wife Elsa came to the reviving Jewish Yishuv

In 1923, Einstein and his wife Elsa came to the reviving Jewish Yishuv in Palestine for a historic visit. Einstein received a royal reception and the crowd sang “Here comes the messiah” in his honor, but the “messiah” was in no hurry to give in to that. He summed up his visit with succinct humor in his travel diary, which has become the basis of a documentary entitled “Einstein Be’eretz Hakodesh” (“Einstein in the Holy Land”). Source: www.medium.com Photo credit: Daria Mikhailova #einstein #alberteinstein #einsteininpalestine #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. Some Jerusalem graffiti

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Some Jerusalem graffiti Photo courtesy of Daria Mikhailova #jerusalem #beinharimtours #israel

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bein.harim.tours. Israeli ice cream is one of the most delicious in the world. Besides r

Israeli ice cream is one of the most delicious in the world. Besides regular flavors, you will discover some weird options too: bamba ice cream, ice cream infused with mozzarella and basil, watermelon and Bulgarian cheese, orange, olive oil and salt, and ta-dah... ice cream for dogs … Israelis are open to everything new. Ice cream is so popular in Israel that a common Hebrew idiom when people bump into each other is pa’am shlishit glida – the third time we meet, we’ll go out for ice cream together. Photo credit: Дарья Михайлова (Daria Mikhaylova) #israel #israeliicecream #beinharimtours #israelicuisine

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bein.harim.tours. Find your path in Jerusalem

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Find your path in Jerusalem Photo courtesy of Daria Mikhaylova #jerusalem #beinharimtours #israel

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bein.harim.tours. Ain Ghazal Statues on display at The Jordan Museum in Amman. Dating ba

Ain Ghazal Statues on display at The Jordan Museum in Amman. Dating back to 7250 BC, they are considered to be among the oldest human statues ever found. Bein Harim guests can visit Amman with our Jordan tours. Source: Wikipedia #beinharintours #amman #tourstojordanfromisrael #jordan

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bein.harim.tours. The history of Jerash, Jordan, is a blend of the Greco-Roman world of

The history of Jerash, Jordan, is a blend of the Greco-Roman world of the Mediterranean Basin and the ancient traditions of the Arab Orient. The city flourished until the mid-eighth century CE, when the 749 Galilee earthquake destroyed large parts of it, while subsequent earthquakes contributed to additional destruction. However, In the early 12th century, atabeg of Damascus ordered a garrison stationed in Jerash to convert the Temple of Artemis into a fortress. It was captured in 1121 by Baldwin II, King of Jerusalem, and utterly destroyed. It was then deserted until it reappeared by the beginning of the Ottoman rule in the early 16th century. In 1806, the German traveler Ulrich Jasper Seetzen came across and wrote about the ruins he recognized. The ancient city has been gradually revealed through a series of excavations which commenced in 1925, and continue to this day. You can visit Jerash with Bein Harim Jordan tours. Source: Wikipedia #jerash #jordanfromisrael #beinharimtours #jordantours

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bein.harim.tours. Dizengoff Center designed by Israeli architect Yitzhak Yashar, was Isr

Dizengoff Center designed by Israeli architect Yitzhak Yashar, was Israel's first mall. It is located in Tel Aviv and named for Meir Dizengoff, the first mayor of Tel Aviv. The mall has 420 stores. Every Friday (except for Jewish holidays) the mall hosts the "Food Fair", Israel's largest food festival, with foods from a large variety of cuisines. Source: Wikipedia #DizengoffCenter #telaviv #beinharimtours #israel #Dizengoff

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bein.harim.tours. Sunsets on Tel Aviv beaches are all the instagram rave!

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Sunsets on Tel Aviv beaches are all the instagram rave! Photo credit: Dmitry Mishin #telaviv #sunsetsinisrael #israel #beinharimtours

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bein.harim.tours. In Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv you can hire a rowing boat for a refreshing

In Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv you can hire a rowing boat for a refreshing journey up the Yarkon river. #israel #beinharimtours #yarkonpark #attractionsinisrael #thingstodointlv #telaviv

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bein.harim.tours. Israel has 137 official beaches and most have nicknames based on the “

Israel has 137 official beaches and most have nicknames based on the “types” who occupy them seven months of the year. Source: www.timesofisrael.com Photo credit: Dmitry Mishin #beachesinisrael #israel #beinharimtours

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